Manchester Grand Hyatt
San Diego, CA
August 27-29, 2017
The NACHC Community Health Institute (CHI) and Expo is the largest annual gathering of health center clinicians, executives, consumer board members along with Health Center Controlled Networks and Sate/Regional Primary Care Associations. The conference (August 27–29, 2017) is scheduled to kick off in San Diego at a time when health centers are front and center in the transformation of healthcare. Health center leaders are looking to the future focused on the medical and management teams needed for tomorrow’s healthcare – the collaborative partnerships that can spur innovations – and the technologies to improve efficiency and cost effectiveness in the delivery of care.
Las Vegas, Nevada
October 25–27, 2017
NACHC’s FOM/IT conference is a gathering of over 700 health center senior leaders, managers, and staff CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIOs and finance, operations and IT staff across the country who are seeking an opportunity to interact with their colleagues, industry experts and powerful speakers to share proven techniques and tools; and discover innovative strategies necessary to transform their organizations.
November 13-15, 2017
NACHC’s PCA and HCCN conference is the only conference of its kind specifically targeting both state PCAs and HCCNs, with an audience of 200–225 attendees from across the country where nearly every state is represented.
Marriott Wardman Park
Conference: March 14-17, 2018
Committee Meetings: March 17-18, 2018
The Policy & Issues Forum (P&I) is THE largest gathering of health center clinicians, executive directors, State and Regional Primary Care partners, board members and advocates on record. This event focuses on the latest in state and federal government policies affecting Community Health Centers and health care for millions of Americans.
(Formerly National Farmworker Health Conference)
Hilton Palacio del Rio
San Antonio, TX
May 1-3, 2018
Migrant Health Centers are the early pioneers of the Health Center Movement. The Migrant Health Program that was written into the Public Health Service Act of 1962 set forth new thinking in this country that health care is a basic human right. It was the precursor of major social change in a decade of the 60’s when the nation awakened to the poverty and hardship of a population for outside the mainstream. Migrant Health Centers became the model for community health centers nationwide with their core components of outreach, patient education, bilingual services, culturally-sensitive care, and community action and empowerment.